They’re not liable. But are they responsible? “US Court Rejects Lawsuits Against Prince Naif, Prince Salman and Saudi Charity,” from Arab News, with thanks to George:
JEDDAH, 23 September 2005 “” The Saudi High Commission for Relief was granted immunity yesterday from litigation in three lawsuits stemming from the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States.
US District Judge Richard Casey found that Interior Minister Prince Naif and Riyadh Governor Prince Salman, president of the High Commission, were not personally liable since they were acting as agents of the Saudi government.
The lawsuits had made baseless charges that the High Commission, which had played a big role in the reconstruction of Bosnia, and the princes had sponsored terror with Saudi funds under their direction.